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THE QUIET HOUR.
TASGLES-S CORNER AND PUZZLER'S COH
TSIBOriOS BOX.
Charades, Enigmas, Riddles, Puzzles, Word
Squares, Answers, to and from Cor
respondents, and Solutions.
:-;* , * , :v*r;-*' - .— - - * ■■-. r -
Answers to November 26U*,
,1232. Longfellow! X ,-«
*'. 1233.*, Well-wish (a wish of happiness). ...
1231. Sparage, parage, a rag**, n_e, age,
ge, K.
1235. Good-by.
■ New Tanglea. *
1212. Double acrostic for Silver King,
from Qsest :
May thy first be always gocd,
" And second good port-end,
A third your primal* ne'er forbid
I Last holds perch nice a f. lurid.
And ghoul I you travel last .
Sj"i*e day that friend to find,
. Iriuials may tie you fast ;
;*.%*-**' When with finals combined,
Finlas decapitate ;
And whole is good -alvic-
It leaves a man his liberty,
And liberty is nice. .
1243.* Charade for Augusta Blake, from
Hattie Heath:'*
First soars away to worlds unknown,
: Sees golden streets and a white throne
- Amid a sea of glass. .
Next many a ilarkeone path****** cheers,
Bids sorrow flee, and calms our fears
As on through life we pass.
Last o-j-ocs some clouded home to brighten
The meaty load of toll to lighten,
'Tis of the three the best. ■
In Christian hearts whole should abound,
Its influence every act surround,
Of truenessLellieiett.
-. ■ 1244. Diamond for Molly Magee, by
Hose : ..*-..:'
A letter; a side throw (Prov. En*-.); a descend
ant ; a straw basket in which provender is riven to
cattle (Prov. Eng.) ; a country bumpkin (En-,'.); a
girl's nickname ; a letter.
1245. Square, by Quiz :
A goddess ; a girl's name ; to scrawl ; to curellc
(Prov. Bag )
124 G. Rebus, by Conrad Delmar :
E m 500
1247. Prize puzzle, by Evelyn : ".I will
send December 2Gth, by mail, a very beau
tiful New Year's souvenir card to the tang
ler who sends to the Quiet Hour, so as to
be received by December 24:1 i, a word of
five syllables spelled with the fewest let
ters. : I have sent i the order to the Quiet
Hour for [ the card,- and trust the Quiet
Hour will accept this humble contribution
to the Quiet Hour, which I enjoy so much,
though I can so seldom contribute to it.
Evely**."
San Francisco, December 5, ISSI.
[The • Quiet Hour will award the prize
Evelyn offers.]
Answers to Correspondents and* Correct
Solutions.
Evelyn— l 223, 1227, 1232, 1235 (hardly).
Order received and filed. The trust will
be discharged aa you desire. See above.
' Gus — 1238 (not complete). Prize matter
filed. . .
Conrad Delmar — Prize charade received
and filed. ' X'
Rose— l 229, 1230 (no), 1235 (well, yes;
that is near enough to have credit), 1233.
Rose says : " To 1225—1 remark, that—
- " Since H. IL 's object was to ' puzzle Rose,'
i She'll now be happy, I suppose,
Fer through Webster from A to izzard
I've sought, and yet no answer find ;
Twould surely need a witch or wizzard,
Such twisted, tangled diamonds to unwind."
Rose asks, "What has become of : the
solvers of the Quiet Hour family ':" y-y y.-
Qjiz, in answer to Rose, says: ".The
numerical: (Hen-peck) was dedicated to
Trinity, that he might have a chance to
'rise and explain' whether he has charge of
that 'nursery of six' of his own free will,
or otherwise."
Jeremiah old-fashioned but good
title. You correctly solved 1239 in part,
and correctly l'-3U, but miss on 1241. Try
again. .Cannot comply with the request
to tell you if Rose lives in Sacramento.
■ Hattie Heath says 1231 lacks clearness.
" Kelp" is all she can make out of it ; 122G,
1232, 1233, 1234, 1241. 1235 (see answer
to Rose), 1230, 1235, 1239, 1240— " I find so.
many good answers to this that it is quite*
impossible to hit upon the right one ; will
give some of them, however : . Cloverdale,
Oak dale, Oakgrove, Pinegrove, Berry vale,
Plumvalley, Ferndale, Grass Valley.
Strawberry Valley, Walnut Grove, Wheat
land." .--; Hattie Heath sends ■ the Quiet
Hour a selection of oranges grown on her
own trees. They are choice, and the favor
is appreciated. She says the tree bore
over three bushels of the fruit this year,
and has borne larger fruit and more of it.
She '. thinks the coolness of the past sum
mer retarded orange growth.
Amethyat says : "Dear Quiet Hour : Al
low me to take this opportunity of thank
ing Silver ' King,* and the Quiet Hour also,
for the award. I need no reminder of the
pleasant hours passed in communion with
the tanglera' band, but the * pin
will prove - :a . cherished souvenir.
I In | anawei ! to j Sibyl's inquiry, ,' Would I
be a judge?' I must reply that it wouldn't
be sate, for several reasons. In the first
place, I should want to award all the prizes
to myself ; in the second place, all that
were left I should want to bestow on my
particular friends, and there would be a
worse ' tempest '-. in a " teapot ' than the
V Polly 'affair brewed."
Augusta Blake— received and filed
for contests
* Amethyst received and filed for
contests.
General Prizes.
'. Every person who has since the Ist of
November, 1881, contributed to the Quiet
Hour, or : will before the Ist of January,
18S2, sent a contribution suitable for pub
lication, will receive, with the compliments
of the Recorh-Usion, one or more hand
some card souvenirs of the holiday season.
These works are in the very best style of
the engraving art, and particularly adapted
to small frames, bracket or cabinet fram
ing, albums, presentation rewards, etc.
IS DYING PAINFUL?
Our own observation fully accords with
the opinion expressed by a physician," that
in all ordinary cases there is little physical
pain in dying. A previous correspondent
has said that, "ts a physical fact, in 90
cases out of 100 the act of death is suffer
ing and agony which [ only those familiar
■with it can understand." To which a
physioian replies :. " I beg leave, as a physi
cian, to object very decidedly to this state
ment. '•-' Since I began my novitiate on the
battle -fields; of ? the South, I had been a
frequent observer of the passing out of my
fellow.beings, army and navy, .in large
hospitals — civil '-. and military, ' aad in pri
vate life, and hence ; cannot help \ feeling
.that ; what " '; I have . seen must be a
fair .' sample 'of ; the methods of dying
peculiar*.* to our.' race. The result
of ; " these ' : sad : observations, covering
:IS years, is that the vast majority of per
sons donot find death 'suffering and agony.'
■ Many . suffer I more from ; the various ill
nesses from which they recover, than most
do in the act of death. A very large propor
tion become unconscious, and hence pass
away without distress to themselves ;
while as regards those who retain a good
measure of intelligence before life is ex
tinct,' I have been considerably surprised,
;' considering my early religious teaching, to
discern in them an almost genera! indiffer
: ence to ' their, fate. ' .I ': have always sup
; posed ', that, in : spite ; of apparent mental
lucidity, disease clouds the intellect so that
apathy becomes the ordinary state of the
' dying, y; Of ; the f few ji. deaths I ! have ! wit
nessed, that ; mere onlookers ' might '•■ call
horrible, there was ; good reason to believe
the ; : patient '- unconscious." — [New York
Observer. V' --".'Y X-i'- ■
1 Y; As regards the physical character of the
I earth, two theories : have ' been held : en*-,
B that of f a fluid i interior ' covered - by a thin
fi crust ; j the \ other, of :a ■ practically solid
1 sphere. 'A The' former is now very generally
8 admitted, both [by astronomers and geol
a ogiats, to .be I untenable. ■. The prevailing
fjj feeling of I geologists on i this ; subject has
been well rxpresed by Professor he Conte,
who says, : .'.' the 'i whole theory of ; igneous
agencies — which is y little -j less than y, the
whole ( foundation of i theoretic geology
mnst be I reconstructed * on - the '„ basis * of a
solid earth." y : y.Xy-y_ ..
fj The *% successful '* candidate " Popular
? enthusiasm if a big thing ; but I guess I've
{paid all I enjoy paying for this spontaneity.
i I'll have to pnt in a pretty : busy : term to
make up for this. "—[Puck.
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THE RAGE FOR ACTRESS WIVES.
A . Paris ".* correspondent of J an t Eistern
journal says : . There was ■ a ■ time when, if
a i gentleman * married an '; actress,*** he was
considered by his friends fit to be an inmate
of an asylum ■■ for .; the feeble-minded. '» So
ciety, which [ tolerated : morganatic unions
between its members J and j the stage, held
up its hands in indignant horror.when Marie
Ta.dioni espoused Count Gilbert ; dcs Voi-_
sins, Carlotta Gri:-i took the title of Count
ess Gerald de j Melay/ and the lovely Ade
lina accompanied to the hymeneal altar
the Marquis de Caux. Things have changed
since then ; within . the S last twelvemonth
the anxiety to become the "husband of an
actress" has attained the proportions of an
epidemic. t-» The late conjugal '- mishaps of
the Vicomte de P. did not 7 prevent the
Count ; de Bionne from giving his hand
and heart to Hortense Schneider, alias the
Grand Duchess of GeroUtein ; nor ' will
this prevent Alice Pegnault, the cobbler's
widow, from wearing the coronet of a real
Duke. : Alice Howard, the moat beautiful
of Parisian ; Ladies jof the Lake, has.
only to : say the word to her particu
lar -*. Barkis, a ,-, Mexican millionaire ;
and even Mile. 8., otherwise known as
"Patapon," a brilliant - ornament of the
world of gilded girdles, has announced
that she, too, proposes to forswear the
flesh and the devil foreverinore, and crown
her raven hair with a wreath of orange
blossoms. Mile. B. 's career has been ad
venturous, but what does that , matter?
We are in an age where old fogy, preju
dices are scouted, and she need only throw
her handkerchief out of the window of her
luxurious entresol to have a hundred noble
scramblers for the " honor " of exchanging
their name and parchments for her dowry.
Helene, you see, has just inherited 500, COO
francs from an aunt who was in the same
trade ; and this sum added to her own
economics — she was a coryphee at the
Opera, with a salary of 2,400 franc 3 per
annum— makes up very nearly 2,000,000,
which, with a sumptuous hotel built for her
by a well-known financier near the Paik
Moncau, are a fair equivalent for tho tar
nished escutcheon of a decendant of the
Crusaders. I do not venture to blame
those bold men who undeitake this peril
ous adventure ; their merit has nothing in
common with Christopher Columbus ; they
do not set out on a voyage of discovery, and
ought to . know what dangers they may
expect to meet. I only note the fact and
abstain from criticism, i There was already
a fairly long list, of which behold a few
of the most distinguished personalities,
in addition to '■ the quartet above men
tioned : La Son tag, afterward Countes3 di
Rossa, Auber's type of the ' heroine in
" L'Arab'h.ssadrice ;" la Ristori, now Con-*
tessa Capranica ; Celeste Mogador, once a
cancan dancer at Mabille of much cele
brity, and widow of the Count de Chabril
lan; Countess Stankowics, whom thirty
years ago New Yorkers applauded as Anna
de Lagrange ; Sophie Cruvelli, at present
the Vicomtesse Vigier ; Alixe Bressant, a
daughter of the great actor of the Comedie
Francaise, who married Prince Kotchon
bey ; Alboni, who now bears the name
of' Mme. Zeiger, after wearing the
coronet of the most noble and illus
trious Count ■ Pepoli ; ■■■■. Marie . ; Heil
bronn is Vicomtesse de la Panonze ;
Virginia Loisset, the circus-rider, is the
Baroness de Reuss, whose . brother-in-law,
allied to the sovereign houses of Austria
and Germany, was long Embassador of the
Empire at Constantinople ; the ballerina
Busca is Countess de Torot ; la Walter,
Countess Sollivan ; Pauline Lucca, Baro
ness Walhofen ; pretty little Mile. Goby,
of the Vaudeville, became Countess de
Louvieres last month ; and not a fortnight
has passed since Mile. Minnie Hauk, the
ex-star of the Italiens, was united in the
holy bonds of matrimony with M. Hesse
de Wartegg.
It is an exception when any of these
social anomalies turn out happily ; but in
the olden time they were the results of
blind passion, not of calculation, at least
on the part of the man. When King Co
phetna wedded with the beggar-maiden
her beauty was the attraction ; when
Mile. Theresa Elesler took for better or
worse Prince Adelbert, the King of Prus
sia's cousir-german, it was generally sup
posed that it was all for love on his side,
although the bride might have not been
entirely insensible to the name and title of
Countess de Barrain, which the King con
ferred upon her. No one imagined
twenty years, nor even ten years ago,
that, wilh ' the progress of the - thea
ter, • and the never-ceasing increase of
salaries, 'the day would come for
gentlemen of birth and social position, but
impecunious, to crave for alliances with
artists simply for the sake of their strong
box. People laughed at Theophile Gau
tier's prediction in 1534, and yet the author
of the " Captains- Fracasse" was not far
from the truth in writing that, " The thea
ter will before long exist only as a sort of
boarding-school to which mothers will send
their girls to make good marriages. "
Theophile did not approve of the plan,
esteeming that, " The only fit husband for
an actress is the public, on whom the name
of a legal husband produces the effect of
a caterpillar on a rose. The public will
tolerate a lover who is something more
vague, less brutal, something which leaves
a hope to others : but a' husband — faugh '
a husband is in the way." - I agree with
Theophile ; but, from what I have seen, I
think that the party most be pitied is not
the public, but the husband. "La gloire
dune epouse est un pesant fardeau," sings
the poet ; but, if the " wife's glory " be a
heavy burden to bear in ordinary cases, the
burden of an artist-" wife's glory " is of a
weight which few husbands have 'strength
to support. He has no right to be jealous ;
the impertinences of his wife's suitors mutt
pass unnoticed ; pearls and diamonds, bou
quets - ard billet-doux, must be permitted
with at least the appearane of resignation
and indifference. He must grin and bear it
all, for has not all been stipulated in the
marriage-contract? It is a horrible situation
for one of fine feelings and sensitiveness ;
but, luckily, fine feelings and sensitive
ness are rare among the class of actresses'
husbands ; the type of the martyr husband
is growing to be as rare as the dodo bird.
Generally, marriages in the artist world
are like those in the great world, mar
riages rathercf "reason" than love-matches.
I beg . leave to explain : Everybody
knows that there exists a category of ac
tresses, with more beauty than talent, who
have managed to save up 200.000 or 300,000
francs income. This class may be termed
the financiers of dramatic art ; they have
made fortunes as promoters and founders
of joint stock love companies, and finally
find themselves in possession of a capital
which is quite* respectable, although its
origin has no right to be respected. For
them there is ' no difficulty in getting a
husband. . They have amassed their dow
ry, and the gentlemen who agree "to sell
their names cherish no illusions ; their union
is not a community ; it is au application of
the principles of collectivism ; the respon
sible editor fulfills a mission which, M.
Emile Villemot has christened "the Alfon
sopostolat." Strange to say, social j con
ventions admit - this '{ like other insanities
which have come into fashion. r If a young
man, in imitation of the Duke de Riche
lieu, accepts money ' favors S from his mis
tress, he is forthwith ostracized and cut by
his nearest and dearest; yet should that
same young man, being completely ruined,
marry an heiress, be she ever so . old,
so ugly, or so vicious, *he may be sure that
the charity of . society , will be j limitless
for the repentan*- sinner— that no one will
remember, or at least care to call to mind,
that her boudoir was once open to any and
every one who could offer a diamond brace
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The Superb ZSg Zasj J0urncj5..;.............. 1 75
The Wide Awake Fleasure Book (b0und). ..... 2 00
The Nursery (bound) 1 25
The St. Nicholas (b0und). ....... . .'. .....*..... 4 00
Young Am9ricansinJapan,profu3elyillustrated 1 50
Kate Greenaway's Under the Wind0w. '. .... ... 1 25
Kate Greenaway's Afternoon Tex .....;. '..... 1 25
And a host of books from 1 cent to $5 ; we can
suit all. ■ ...*-?*.
FRIEND TO FRIEND.
Macaulay's History of England, line edition,
(5 volumes) . . 85 00
Dickens' Complete Works (14 volumes) ...... 14 00
Skeleton in Armor (superbly illustrated) 5 00
The Arctic World (superbly illustrate .. C 00
Morocco, and Its People (superbly illustrated) C 00
Cooper's Complete Works (32 v01ume5)...... 32 00
Solomon's Story (beautifully illustrated).... . 175
A large assortment, in price from .**l to $50.
ART LOVERS. *
Living Pages From Many Ages (100 beautiful
illustrations)......;.:. :: — :.. S2 50
Poet and Painter (over 100 beautiful illustra-
t ions) ........"..*............... 12 00
The r resdei) Gallery of Fine Piiintings . . . . . . 7 60
Beautiful Pictures from the British Art -*•*.
Ga11erie5.. ..........r.. ...... ........ .....10 00
Great Painters (with over 200 engravings).... 10 00
Gems of Modern Art (in water colors) 9 60
Masterpieces of Antique Art...........:....: 10 00
Dore Gallery ..* ..*. . .... 5 00
Selected Pictures (50 Steel Engravings).. .".7.'. ■ 7 50
LOVERS TO SWEETHEARTS.
Lucille, beautifully illustrated $5 00
Ballads of Beiuty, beautifully illustrated. . .... 3 60
Hanging of the Crane, beautifully illustrated.. 5 00
Gems from Tennyson, beautifully illustrated . . 500
Lovers of Provence, beautifully illustrated.... 5 00
Farm Ballads, beautifully i11u5trated.......... 2 00
Farm Festivals, beautifully illustrated ....... . 2 0J)
The Golden Gift, beautifully illustrated........ 2 50
SWEETHEARTS TO LOVERS.
Lidy Geraldine 85 00
Ballads of Geniu5....*.........."..*......."..... 3 50
Ballads of Bravery ..:*...;.....".....-..;.. 3 50
Dream of Fair Women ............... ...... 500
Yesterdays with Authors ..".::. .:'.:...'....;: 300
Portrait of a Lady, by Henry Jame5. . ........ 2 00
Aunt Serena, by the author of One Summer..
Mabel Mirtin...... ...... .....:.....-..;.:..... 5 00
Watch charms. .75 cents to S3
BOYS AND GIRLS. V
Horatio Alger's books, each .SI 25
Oliver Optic's books each...... .81, SI i.5 and il 60
Harry Castlemon's books, each. .* **..... 1 25
Louisa M. Aleott's books, each.. ; ..:... .";:.:: : 1 50
Mrs. A. D. P. Whitney's books, each ..:...... . 1 60
Sophie May's books, each.. ..*. . . 75 cents and $1 25
Virduia F. Townscnd's books, each. .$1 25 and SI 50
Will Carleton's books, each..sl 25, %l 50 and SI 03
From Canal Boy to President... ....." SI 25
Scrap Books, Card Albums, Paints, Pencil Charms,
Knives, Blocks and Games. . - : .: ; v
RELIGIOUS. res*?
Teachers' Bibles .:.*.'. .82 to SlO
Pulpit Bibles ;...... 1 :..'.. "."...".. 510 to $10
Family Bibles. .v.*. . . . .*. ..: . .... 7.. 50 cent - t0 825
Testaments and Prayei 800k5.....*.:. 10 cents to S3
Prayer and Hymnal, in ca5e5. .. . . . . ... .SI 75 to 810
_ , „ "in general. Y'^"
For Ladies: Purses, Portemoncaies, Card Cases,
Vase», Scissor Cases, Jewel Case", Satchels, Writ-
ing Desks, Portfolios, Music Rolls, Music Folios,
Glove and Handkerchief ■ Bixes, - Work Boxes,
Hand Bags, Fine Papeterie?, Fine Stationery, Sea
Moss Albums, Photograph Albums, Autograph
Albums, Fern Albums, Water Colors, Brackets,
Picture Frames, Button and Hairpin Boxes.
For Gentlemen : Pocket-books, Memorandum-books,
Diaries, Inkstands, Gold Pens and Holders, Card
Cases, Photograph Cares, Letter Cas.-s, Cigar Cases,
Cigarette Cases, Collar ar.d Cuff Boxes, Ash Re-
ceivers, Dictionary Holders, Dressing Cases, Shav-
ing Cases, Dreka's Blotters, Stindard and Miscel-
laneous Books. . :•?.■■". ■ R___D~
Finally, all standard, current, new, elegant ami
complete works in Art, Science and Literature, all
of which will be found in the snacious sto: c of
W. A. & C. S. Houglitoii,
Booksellers and Stationers,
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advanced order, I can safely say that there is hanllj
a disease in the catalogue of human ills that I can-
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past knowledge has been increased by extensive
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delicate organism is beyond my sure c -ntroL'.r.-;-;. '--t
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have contracted local diseases.* ;>:;! ':>* v .; -,
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A New Process for. Preserving all Perishable Arti- -
cles, Animal and Vegetable, from Fermen- y [
tation and Putrefaction, Retaining ■ i
their Odor and Flavor. ■ i
" OZONE— Purified air, active state of oxj**ren."— ' {
. This Preservative is not a liquid, pickle, or any of the old and exploded I
processes, but is simply and purely OZONE, as produced and applied by an J
entirely new process. OZONE is the antiseptic principle of every sub- j
stance, and possesses the power to preserve animal and vegetable structures «
from decay. 'YYY V '* r
-:■"■-- There is nothing on the fare of the earth liable to decay or spoil trhirh .-'-* j
OZOXE, the stetr- Preservative,' trill not isreserte for all lime in a per- * .
fectly fresh and palatable condition. . '
The value of OZONE as . a natural preserver has been known to our .
abler chemists for years, but, until now,- no means of producing it in a. !
practical, inexpensive, -jnd simple manner have been discovered. ■ ■
Microscopic observations prove that decay is due to septic matter or j -
minute germs, that develop and feed upon animal and vegetable structures. .
OZONE, applied by the PRENTISS METHOD, seizes and destroys these ! {
germs at once, and thus preserves. At our offices in Cincinnati can be seen j
.. almost every article that can be thought of, preserved by this process, and I
every visitor is welcome to come in, taste, smell, take away with him. and I
test in every way the merits of OZONE as a preservative. -WE "WILL I
ALSO PRESERVE, FREE OF CHARGE, ANY ARTICLE THAT IS J
BROUGHT OR SENT PREPAID TO US, AND RETURN IT TO TEE r
/SENDER, FOR HIM TO KEEP AND TEST. .; XyyXX-y W-k\ I
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FRESH MEATS, **
Such as beef, mutton, veal, pork, poultry, game, fish, etc., preserved by I
Such as beef, mutton, veal, pork, poultry, game, fish, etc., preserved by
'..- this method, can be shipped to Europe, subjected to atmospheric changes .
arid return to this country in a state of perfect preservation. I
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EGGS J
Can be treated at a cost of LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR A THOUSAND C
DOZEN, and be kept in an ordinary room six months or more, thoroughly J
preserved ; the yolk held in its normal condition, and the eggs as fresh and J
.. perfect as on the day they were treated, and will sell as strictly " choice." ' r
The advantage in preserving eggs is readily seen; there are seasons when J
*_. they can be bought for Bor 10 cents a dozen, and by holding them, can be , _
"■■ sold for an advance of from one hundred to three hundred per cent. ONE ■
MAN, WITH THIS METHOD, CAN PRESERVE 5,000 DOZEN A DAY. * J
FRUITS c
May.be permitted to ripen in their native climate, and can be transported C
to any part of the world. The juice expressed from fruits can be held for *-
an indefinite period without fermentation— the great value of this j-
process for producing a temperance beverage. CIDER can be held per- .
: fectly sweet for any length of time. j .
VEGETABLES £
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Can be kept for an indefinite period in their natural condition, retaining .It
their odor and flavor, treated in their original packages, at a small expense, • . j I
All grains, flour, meal, etc., are held in their normal condition.;" £
BUTTER, : i ■': ■'.- E
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After bring treated by this process, trill not become rancid. . *
• Dead human bodies, treated before decomposition sets in, can be held . r
in a natural condition for weeks, without puncturing the skin or mutilating -
the body in any way. Hence, the great value of OZONE to Undertakers. .
--." There is no change in the slightest particular in the appearance of any -
' article thus preserved, and no trace of any fortsign or unnatural odor or j _
taste. : . Z.
The process is so simple that a child can operate it as well and as sue- ,
cessfully as a man. There is no expensive apparatus or machinery required. I J
A room filled with different articles, such as eggs, meat, fish, etc., can | _
v.* be treated at one time, without additional trouble or expense. * , y. y ;'-.*; * J
IX FACT, THERE IS XOTIIIXO THAT OZOXE WILL XOT .
■'-•yr- " PRESERVE. . * ! : YY;'YjYY ; . c
*.. Think of everything you can that is liable to sour, decay, or spoil, and | p
then remember that we guarantee that OZONE will preserve it in exactly >. jX-
the condition you want it for any length of time. If you will remember . | _
this, it will save asking questions as to whether OZONE will preserve this j £
or that article : *. - . .".*.:' Y '-
.IT -WILL PRESERVE ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING [
YOU CAN THINK- OF. c
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- X;i There is Slot a township in the Ustiletl States ist it-JtirTi a lire man can ip
not make assy amount of money, front $1,000 to $10,000 a yeas; that he Ip
pleases, ire 'desire to get a live mast interested tin each county in the lm
. United States, in trhose hands ire can place this Preses-t-atice, and through m
him secure the business which every county ought to produce. p
A ' FORTUNE x j
Awaits any Man who Secures Control of OZOXE in any Township op County. . \
A. C. Bowen, Marion, Ohio, has cleared $3,000 in two monthsrT'wo ' ' j *"
Dollars for a test package was his first investment. ■
YY\. Woods Brothers, Lebanon, Warren county. Ohio, made 86,000 on eggs . 5
purchased in August and sold November Ist. - Two Dollars for a test pack- 6
age was their first investment. C
F. K. Raymond, Morristown, Belmont county, Ohio, is clearing $2,000 C
: a month in handling and selling OZONE. Two Dollars for a test package t
1 was his first investment. .-*-.*•'■•' YYY •YYYY-'-^Y ... C
D. F. Webber, Charlotte," Eaton county, Michigan, has cleared $1,000 a C
: month since August. Two Dollars far a test package was his first invest- C
ment. '.;. '-*• - '.*-'- '"•-".*_■' ■ F
J. B. Gaylord, No. 80 La Salle street, Chicago, Is preserving eggs, fruit, 1 6
I etc., for the commission men of Chicago, charging IJ cents per dozen for B
eggs, and other articles in proportion.' He is preserving 5,000 dozen eggs ■ .' B
. . per day, and on his business is making $3,000 a month clear. . Two Dollars 5
for a test package was his first investment. ?
The Cincinnati Feed Co., No. 498 West Seventh street, is making j-,
$5,000 a month in handling Brewers' Malt, preserving and shipping it as £
, feed to all parts of the country. * Malt nnpreserved sours in twenty-four C
. hours. Preserved by OZONE it keeps perfectly sweet for months. C
These are ' instances which we L have asked the P
privilege of publishing. . There are scores of others. -^
Write to any of the above parlies and. get .the cvi- | c
dence direct. -,"-' kx -- * 5
Now, to prove the absolute truth 'of everything we have said in this C
: paper, WE PROPOSE TO PLACE IN YOUR HANDS THE MEANS OF C
PROVING FOR YOURSELF THAT WE HAVE NOT. CLAIMED HALF £
. ENOUGH. To any person who doubts any of these statements, and who ;* j [
; is interested sufficiently to make the trip, we will pay all traveling and hotel jj-
. ' expenses for a visit to this city, if we fail to prove any statement that we j -
v have made. : . .' r * *. - . y'i X .'.-■■'■' _
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- :"; A test package of OZONE, containing a sufficient quantity to preserve one : ; c
thousand dozen eggs, or other articles in proportion, will be sent to any appli- - -
v- cant on receipt of $2. This package will . enable the applicant to pursue any T,
, :' line of tests and experiments ho desires, and thus satisfy himself as to the ' J*
V extraordinary merits of OZONE as a Preservative, After having thus satisfied | t
| himself, and had time to look the field over to determine what he wishes to do C
in the future— whether to sell the article to others,' or to confine it to his own C
I use, or any other line of policy which is best suited to him ar.d to his township j £
... or county— will enter into an arrangement with him that will make a' 7 j-
I fortune for him and give us good profits. - We will give exclusive township :or ■:.': r-
X: county privileges to • the first ; responsible applicant who orders a test package ;* _
V and desires to control the business in his locaUty.'f-Y^-^-i*:-^;..-;^:;--^ J;
v The man who secures control of.OZONE for any -;
special ; territory, -will i enjoy a monopoly _which will "• c
surely enrich him. p|£&Elt_£_§iii_S^: :'*''"" -—'- t
'■ ■' Don't let nclny pass until yon have ordered a TEST PACKAGE, and If yon desire to seenre ' r
1 an exclusive prlviicßD we assure you that delay may deprive yon of It, for the application-*.*-^. 5
*. come In to us by sco every mall— many by telegraph. •.'* First come, first served"' Is our rule. r.-; . L
* -X- ■If you do not care to send money In advance for the Test Pac"-a**e, we will send It C. O. D- . C
but this will put you to the expense of chantes for return of money. Our correspondence Is - H
, very lane; we have all we can do to attend to the shipping of orders and Riving attention to *]
* : our working agents. •■ Therefore, we cannot plve any attention to letters which do not order n§ C
"■: 07.0XK. If yon think of any article that yon are doubtful almut O/OX X nnservlns, remember . 3
*. IVU GUARANTEE THAT IT WILL I'KESERTI* IT. XO MATTEH WHAT IT IS. p
J- J yj Jy. <R E FEME JVC ES- _' : Y |
Wo desire to call your attention to a class of reft-rc-ices which no enterprise or firm based 3
.; on anylhlns but the soundest business success and highest commercial merit could secure. ..-.. r... U
; . '•* We refer, by permission, as to our lnt^-rlty and lo the value of the PRENTISS PRE- L
iy SKUVATI YE. to the following centleinen -. Edward C. Boyce, Member Board of Public Works :.* H
•VK. O. K.-hell.y. City Comptroller: Amor Smith. Jr., Collector Internal Revenue: tVuNln ft. v; ."J
= ■ Worihin-.-ton. Attorneys; Martin 11. Harrell and B. F. Hopkins, County Coiiiniis.iloners ; W. It
'■ S.Oippeller, Conntv Auditor; all of Cincinnati. Hamilton connty, Ohio. These Kentlemcn are .-• J
each familiar witii the merit* of our Prascnatlve. and know from actual observation thatwe-x i "3
v: have with,. .ir.eMion THE MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE IX* THE WORLD. The $2 you > r
* '-'. invest In a te~l package will mrely Nad you to secure a township or county, and then your way ; J
Is absolutely clear lo make from "C'ttW to il'),<**t a year. Jj
. Give your full address in every letter, and send your letter to C
-Jxyk-(BfkExNTlSS}f(& CO (Limited), y, \
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MECHANICS' STORE.
For Advertisement of WEIN-
STOCK : ' : & lUBIN, see Eighth
Page. It will he changed daily.
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■-" SAN ; ANOISCO CAEDS. V
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
'ARTISTS.
Bousew-irth— Optician and Fhoto-rrapher, No. IS
Montgomery street. Established in 1&51.
.ARTISTS' MATERIALS, ETC.
Sanborne. Tall A Co.— lmporters and Manufact-
urers of Mirrors, Moldings and Frames, Chromos
" - En-rravin-.-s, ": Brackets, Easels, Statuary am!
Artists' Materials, No. 857 Market street ;
BUSINESS COLLEGES. .
Beald's Business Collece (of the Bryant A
: Stratton Chain of Colleges). E. P. HEALD and
P. C. WOODBURY, Proprietors, No. 21 Poet
street, near Kearny, P. F., Cal. Terms— per
.; quarter, payable in 80 days. .
Pacific Kaslnewt College and Telegraphic
Institute— (life Scholarship, for full Business
Cou-sc, $70). ,W. E. Chamberlain, Jr., and T. A.
Robinson, Proprietors, No. 320 Post street, oppo-
| site Union Square, S. F., Cal. Send for Circulars.
yX'yk CLOTHIERS, ETC.
J. W. aruiany (successor to Carmany & Crosette),
Dealer in Shirts and Men's Furni "hie *j Goods.
Shirts made to order a specialty. No. 25 Kearny
street, between Market and Post. '--
DRY GOODS.
TSb White Kouse-The oldest Drrtloods Houst
in San Francisco. We import direct from th«
principal marts in Europe, consequently can sell
lower than any other house in the trade. Country
orders attended to. J. W. Davidson & Co., Noa.
101 and 103 Kearny street, San Francisco.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS. '
A. F. Downing A Son— Wholesale Dealers
in Druggists' and Proprietary Specialties, No. II
Second street. Grand Hotel Building.
Justin Gates.— Pioneer Druggist, removed to 722
Montgomery street. Country orders solicited
EDUCATIONAL.
S -liool of Practical, Civil, Mechanical and
•Mining Engineering, Survey ing, Drawing and As-
saying, 21 Poet st. A. Van "der Naillen, Principal.
Tsie Berkeley tiyntnaslnni— A first-class
Academical Institution, affords a Classical,
Literary, Scientific or^l*i_iness Education. For
catalotraes or particulars, address * JOHN F.
BURRIS, Superintendent, Berkeley, Cal
IkTyX . HATS.
H. MencsdorlTer— and Importer ol
Hats and Hat Materials. Wholesale and Retail.
Northeast corner Montgomery and Bush stiee'.s,
and 402 Kearny. .
Herrmann, The Hatter— No. S3e Kearny street,
* near Pine. The finest hats at the lowe***. prices.
. Factory : No. 17 Belden street.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
Carolan. Cory A' Co.— lmporters of Hardware,
; Iron and Steel. Agents for the Pittsburg Steel
Works, Northwestern Horse Nail Co., and South-
legion Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front street,
. and Nos. 117 and 119 California street.
Will A Fi nek —lmporting and Manufacturing
Cutlers and Belihangers, No. 70*9 Market street.
Marcus C. Hawley A Import* rs of Hard
ware and Agricultural Implements, Nes 301,303,
305, 307 and 309 Market street, San Francisco.
METALS, STOVES, RANGES, ETC,
W. YT.' Monlasne A Co.— lmporters of Stoves,
Ranges and Sheet Iron, Marbleized Mantel:,
Grates and Tiles. Manufacturers of Plain,
Japanned and Stamped Tinware. Nos. 110 112,
114, 118 and 118 Battery street. . y-y-
-. KILLINERY.
The Bandbox— The popular Millinery Establish
ment. B. S. Hirsch A Co., No. 748 Market street.
Strict attention to orders from the interior
TEA IMPORTERS.
Siegfried A Braudenstelo— No. 210 C-iforni:.
street. P.O. Box 2,163.
RESTAURANTS.
Campi's Original Italian Restaurant has
reopened under the management of N. Giambord,
Campi's former partner. Nos. 531 and 533 Clay
St., near Montgomery. Everything firet-class. .
Swain's iiiniMy Bakery and Dining
Saloon— No. 636 Market street. Wedding cakes,
ice cream, oysters, jellies, etc., constantly on hand
Families supplied. ■:'.:
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
Goodyear Bnbter Manufacturers of ail
kinds of Rubber Belting, Packing, Hose, Springs,
Boots, Clothing, etc. No. 577 and 579 Mai ket street.
DaTiH A Kellosc — Pioneer Manufacturers of Cape
Ann Oiled Clothing, Hats, Covers, etc. Importers
and Deale-s in Rubber Boots and Wooien Goods
No. 34 Calif ornia street. _■■
The Co! In Percba and Rubber Manufact-
uring Com.iany— Manufacturers of Rubber Goode
of every description. Patentees of the celebrated
".Maltese Cross Brand" Carbolized Hose. Comer
First aud Market streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, ETC.
H. S. Crocker A Co.— lmporting and Manufact
I urine* Stationers, Printers and Lithographers, Nos
215. 217 and 219 Bush street, above Sansome.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Wellman, Peck A Co.— lmporters and Whole-
sale Grocers and Dealers in Tobacco and Cigars,
Nos. 126 to 132 Market, and No. 23 California. ■
Taber, Barker A Co.— lmporters and Whoiesali
Grocers, Nos. 108 and 110 California street.
SACRAMENTO RECORD-UNION
Ban Francisco Offlee, No. 531 California
| street.— H. Sharpe, Agent.
FURNITURE !
Kami Fifth sts. f^
JUST HECEIVED BY R. R.,
A COMPLETE NEW STOCK
Carefully selected and bought for CASH.
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A , FFIX MSB AT THE «1» STAND
Fifth and X streets. *
W. D. COMSTOCK.
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EDW. CADWALADER.
OFFICE, CORNER THIRD AND J STREETS ;
residence, corner Tenth and N street*, Sacra
mento, Cal. -■ .. .--v-
Notary Public.
United States Commissioner.
- Commissioner ol Ueeiis for th« Spates and Terri-
tories, and Conveyancer. Particular attention paid
to taking depositions. * .*.--.-•
* Deeds, Mortgages, Wills. Leases, Contracts, etc.,
d'B'^PTi mrd mettnemrt'-tttr- '* Tt*lfl.tf
9BH ggpggE
UNION BREWERY
Cor. Twentieth : and Osts.
THE UNION BREWERY IS NOW IN Suc-
cessful running operation ; is completed with
the latest imt roved machinery, and first-class BEER
will be delivered, free o* charge, to any part of the
city, at the following prices : -. *. 'Y-:->**3*_t_W___
Firirf-n-snllon Kess.. . . - ........ — . . .8.1 00
Ten-gallon Kegs ....... .'.•■■•' ....IS-" 00
Flve-sallon-ließ*.... *••••• .............. SI o*-
' EST Give me a call.* Try my beer, and be satiaSed.
; ,;i i,.tf -*. JACOB GKBERT, Prnprietor. - ■■
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
WE HAVE THIS DAY- PURCHASED ' THE '
full interest of J. J. KINNANE in the saloon
known as ".The Office," located on . Fourth street,
between J and X, and are not in any way responsi-
ble for any of his debts contracted previous to the
sale, neither will we pay any of such. - .
J.E.DAWSON,
, t "-""••■■ E. M. THOMAS. *
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MATHEY CAMS'
Used for over 25 years with great success by the
physicians of Paris, New York and London, and ■
superior to all others for the prompt cure of all
cases, recent or of long standing.! Put up only In
Glass Bottles containing 64 Cap-ralta, each.? Price 76
cents, making them the cheapest Capsules in the
market. ■' '"*. -- '-«---S-..-~*-:233tol*Ms&**tl<£ia!if£i*¥:r^v:
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PSUITH, £&TO)S AND FaODgQg.-
A. MOOS"*-*.. B.OBRBOH.
8. ORNM A CO.,
>M ENERAL COMMISSION MET.CHANTS, AND
Dealers COMMISSION IIcIXHANTS, AND
■Jf Dealers in
Imported and Domestic nil*, Veceta>
-"'.-.', bles, >_|i*, Etc.,
No. -20 J street, bet-seen Seeocd and Third, Sacra,
mento. : •.••■■. ' .- ■ d2-lm
D. tKBERSAEDI. • J.*.*. BAKZOU.
O. DEBERNARDI & CO.,
WHOLrSALX COMMISSION EIUI.XR3 ■**
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Vegetables,
Frait, Fish and General Pnulr.ce. ■
n27-lplm. * ■* - ,
FRUIT DEALERS,
HAVING REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS
premises, we have enlarged our stock. We
otter you choice Apples, free from worms, Lemons. .
Limes, Oranges, Dried Fruits, Nuts, Dates, Canned
Goods, etc., at very low prices.
M. T. BREWER & CO.,
1000 to 1010 Second etreet, between J and X, Sacra-
ment ■. n22-tf
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
Wholesale Commission Merchants
ASS -OKA-JUS a ALL BKCS 0?
CAUFOKMA CSEES ASD DRIED 'SUITS
NUTS, HONEY, SEED
And Ciev.erel McrcDhn-fi-e.
EST AH orders promptly attended to. Address :
W. R. STRONG A CO.,
r.S-lplm Nob. 6, 8 and 10 J street. Sacramento.
ETON A It '.It\i;s. "
>p|OMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IS
Produce, Vegetable*, Butter, Es_!, Cheese,
Poultry, Green and Dry Fruits, Hone;*, Beans, etc
ALFALFA SEED.
4*_" Potatoes in car-load lots or le.-..?.
023-lptf Nos. 21 and 23 J street.
FRIEND & TERRY
LUMBER COMPANY.
MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RE-
i.TX tail Dealers in every kind and variety of
BrilDIXtS ASD FI.M><IIIN« TIMItES
x^:-xi-tso —
LUMBER,
Kiln-Dried Doors,
WINDOWS AND BLINDS
XT Special Orders and odd-sizes -*-*ora*Btly filled,
and shipped direct from the OREGON, REDWOOD
and SUGAR-PINE MILLS ol the Company.
G*c*-*nuL Office, No. 1310 Second Street, "sear M.
Bra-'ch Yard, Corser TwEirru ahd J Street
d2-2ptf
t^-W,*W,*^UW-^^7^-rilfftl?*fti?^-^^^
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED
Wm. JllSbll S
For the I|q led Wl
LUNGS, Jl£@blD€Ul&l
t'ltren Consumption, «*. !<!■., Pneamonla,
Influenza, Bronchial Dlflleultlts, Bron>
rhltis. Hoarseness, Asthma, Croup,
Wboopiii*; Con*-h, and ail -lisea.ses or the
Breathing: Organs. It soothes and heals
the Membrane of the Langs, Inflamed and
poisoned by the disease, and prevents
the night sweats and tightness across ihe
chest which accompany 11. ( <IV»1 lII'-
-IIU.N' Is not an incurable malady. It is
only ncce-*sar*r to have the right remedy,
and BALL'S BALSAM is that remedy.
DOVT DESPAIR OF BELIEF, for this
benign specific -nlll cure you, even
though professional aid falls.
tS" Ask for DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take
no other. H. C. KIBK A lU., Agents.
lUBMyUff*-*M-.»^^
Henry's
CARBOLIC SALVE,
The Most Powerful Healing Ointment
and Disinfectant ever Discovered.
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE HEALS BURNS.
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE CURES SORES.
HENRYS CARBOLIC SALVE ALLAYS PAIN.
HENRY'S CARBOLICSALVECURES ERUPTIONS.
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE HEALS PIMPLES.
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE HEALS BRUISES.
Ask for Henry's and use m other.
r IST Beware of Counterfeits. "ES
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE
CURES POISON OAK.
H. C. KIBK A CO:, Wholesale Agent*.
OIS-3pTuTh3&B\vlawly \V
:-.
m ami muse mm
HSyccJ'J-.s-- "'--SUEUS 1 * * ne.cr fililas; Cure
Sj^SsaU^WSfe|fnrNt--.*r.:-,.Pi.ljil|ty > Ei.
fsKs! l! *Y---Y^-<SS5 *- ! ' *''* Vitality, Sent-
W/k/r /XXyyK iwi in **- * v *tltaem, Sper. "*
f«y i>*\a "**-»»»«=», Lost Kan-
"flf y^t^^nssL.° , <! ? Impotency. -
tfH' *-*£? iimi-y H FSaraij-Biß, and all the
-US' l C yy*Z R?. terrible eSocts of self.
fe-r^^-iffi" 11 *. youthful follies
gS^i. *&*ty 4 >)ry4X~' -'■■■- d excesses la mature
LJoSyX ■& -' •>*'' .''•:■ X' ! years -c-ich as Lo« ol
feK3^7isTTi\"c^«-**'t Memory, Lassitude, Noc-
l2i^i«__M^__ilS_ : stut*nal Emission, Aver.
■lon to Society, Dimness ol Villi Noise*! la the
Head; the vital Said p-jsciii** in-observed In the
urine, and many otter diseased that iced to Insanity
and death.
MR. ."■! !.'-.*; IE, who 13 a regular physician
(-rraduate oi the Uidver.ity ol . Pennsylvania),
will a#-ee to . forfeit File Unnrirtd BoI«
lars for a cat« of this kind the VITAL
RESTORATIVE (under bis special advice and
treatment) will not euro, cr for a-.)- thing impure or
injurious found to it. UK, MIINTIF. treats all
Prtvste Diseases racceaßfnllT without mercury.
Consultation fr«e. . Tlioroturh examination i i d
advice, Includin*- analysis of urine, I*s. frlc <ol
Vital C^staratiye, ©S a bottle, or four timci
the quantity, -jlio : sent to any address upon re.
cetpt ot price, or C. O. D., Mcurad fr.m o''>*-e**\T.tlcn
anil in privato name If desired, by A. »*. HINT lE, •
M. D„ No. 11 Kearny , Street, Sim Fran-
cisco, Cal. : : — — — ..
BnVrora kii>-*it EEME3T. !TB
rntncim. cures all kind** i! Kidney anl
Bladder Complaints, OonorriuM, Gleet, Leueorrhtca.
For sale by »** Drucgists ; Si a bottle, £lx hot:Io«
for 83, **..
* »R. MIYTTE-H DA*.nr.l.:o!? FILI»a-'the
best and cheapest D*c'SFry*r.!A and RiLtOlS
euro in the market. For sale by ail Drawl
H. 'C. . KIBK : i CO., . Sacram-mto, Whclesala
ttrmnim . mr*-2-4plv*'>'!-»**'l v'Vg
,&■ - A<_"iißßfll . Quickly and
ASTHIVI-fll Permanently
Dr.Stinson'sAsthmaßemedj- Aj||{|rn[
is unet-naled as a positive I_ 1 1 X■■ D
Alterative and Cure for $£-Pllkl# I
Asthma and Dyspepsia, ' » |
end all their attendant evils. It does not merely
afford temporary relief, but Is a permanent cure.
Mrs B. F. tee, of Belmore, 0., says of It : "I am
surmised at ihe speedy effects of your remedy. It is
the first medicine in six years trust hat loosened my
cough and made expectoration easy. , I now sleep all ..
night without coughing." If your druggist does not.
keep It, send for treatise £ & tegmental-* to --*
• L la. "r. la. "rlAia *"*J'^**l ** ' '
853 Broadway, New York.
->2!)-l"llliwSi«wl3>S "*'
STARTLING
DISCOVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
yi-' A victim of youthful imprudence causing .
Xl ■■■ Premature Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost Man- •
XX hood, etc., having Wed in vain every known : '
M temedy,has discovered a simple self cure.which jS&cj
.'• ■• he will send FREE to his fellow-sufferers, ad-
r -'X dress J. H. REEVES. 43 Chatham it. N.Y.
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